Rudbeckia belongs to a group of plants in the Asteraceae, or composite family.

It has large flowers that emanate from a central disc. There are 600 species in this genus, and there are three well-known varieties: goldenrods, black-eyed Susans, and coneflowers.

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Each variety has a distinct characteristic. The colour of the flowers varies; they are mostly black, brown, shades of green, and in-between tones.

These flowers feature a prominent central disc, giving rise to their familiar common names of coneflower and black-eyed-susan. There are several hardy flowering herbaceous plants that thrive in Zones 4–9 known as Rudbeckia.

These plants are known by a variety of names, including Black-Eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy, and Yellow Ox Eye. This plant belongs to the Asteraceae family and grows in the moist and arid forests and prairies of North America.

During the late summer, rudbeckia produces flowers that are nearly 2-4 feet (60–120 cm) tall and wide. Plants like these usually grow in fields, but they can also be grown in containers or planted in wildflower areas.

Their drought-tolerance makes them perfect for full sun or partial shade in moderately fertile, moist, well-drained soil. Rudbeckia can be grown year-round in most locations.

We have the following range of perennials available for planting: Rudbeckia laciniata ‘Goldquelle’ and Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Loofahsa Wheaten Gold’. These make the perfect addition to your organic garden and can really add colour to your garden.

Not only do they depend on your space and soil type, but you also need to consider whether the plants will mature in the amount of time you have. These are the perfect perennials to add to your organic garden as they are easy to care for and will thrive in all soils and climates.